Here’s something fun to try out. You know those people who, whenever you point something out that is wrong in India, respond with, “So what? It happens everywhere.” Just start doing the same to them. No matter what they complain about, say, “So what? It happens everywhere.”
For example, when they say “Hindu khatre mein hai”, reply with “So what? People everywhere face dangers.” When they say “Prices are rising too much”, reply saying, “So what? Prices are rising everywhere.”
Be sure to do this in the most callous way imaginable, as if their concern is unimportant and they are silly to be worried about it (because that’s what they do to those who worry about Constitutional values).
Eventually however, remind them that this “so what” response is a terrible joke.
It solves nothing. When someone points out that your drains are overflowing, you get down to fixing it. You don’t point out the neighbour’s drain and say “so what”. Specific problems need to have specific solutions. This random hand-waving is neither here nor there. It’s stupid.